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Transfer Credit


NCTC guarantees to its Associate of Arts and Associate of Science students who have met the requirements for the degree, beginning May, 1992 and thereafter, that course credits will transfer to other public-supported Texas colleges or universities provided the following conditions are met:

Transferability means acceptance of credit toward a specific major and degree at a specific institution. These three components must be identified by the student during the application for admission process prior to the first semester of enrollment at North Central Texas College.

  • Limitations on total number of credits accepted in transfer, grades required, relevant grade point average, and duration of transferability apply as stated in the general undergraduate catalog of the receiving institution.
  • Transferability refers to courses in a written transfer/degree plan filed in a student’s file at North Central Texas College.
  • Only college-level courses with Community College Academic Course Guide Manual approved numbers are included in this guarantee.

If all the above conditions are met and a course or courses are not accepted by a receiving institution in transfer, the student must notify the Vice President of Instruction at North Central Texas College within 10 days of notice of transfer credit denial so the “Transfer Dispute Resolution” process can be initiated.

If course denial is not resolved, North Central Texas College will allow the student to take, within a one-year period from granting of a degree at North Central Texas College, tuition-free alternate courses, semester hour for semester hour, which are acceptable to the receiving institution. The graduate is responsible for payment of any fees, books or other course-related expenses associated with the alternate course or courses.